FetchBoy Ultimate

FetchBoy Ultimate

Complete package for easy to use RAID-system data recovery and reconstruction
 
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FetchBoy Ultimate combines ease of use and all the tools you need for the recovery of data from, and reconstruction of, complex RAID-systems.
The Hexadecimal viewer analyses partitions and disks so that you have the information you need to set configurations. The embedded RAID-Builder tool means you can quickly and easily work on RAID storage of any level. It allows you to build, edit and save virtual RAID configurations and build RAID-system from disk images as well.

A VIM-Import function allows you to import Runtime Software virtual images files making it easier to edit RAID configurations. You will also be able to determine and change parameters like the start sector, drive order and block size.

RAID configurations can be saved and downloaded for later operations and FetchBoy Ultimate automatically loads certain standard RAID configuration types.

FetchBoy Ultimate allows you to analyse previous file system formats. If there has been file system damage the software detects all the possible file systems so you can decide which to recover.

Additional technical features
Embedded RAID recovery
FetchBoy Ultimate easily handles both simple RAID configurations such as stripe set - RAID level 0, Span, Mirror - RAID level 1 and complex RAID such as RAID 5 and RAID 6. The RAID-on-RAID feature allows you to build RAID configurations of high complexity such as RAID 50, RAID 60 etc.

NAS Recovery
The embedded RAID Builder is an ideal tool for NAS recovery. FetchBoy Ultimate recognises RAID metadata on NAS drives and assists in virtual RAID reconstruction. It automatically specifies drives order, RAID level and stripe size. Among supported NAS models are the most popular devices such as Buffalo Technology (TeraStation, LinkStation), Iomega, Synology, LaCie, Intel etc.

Support of disk images and virtual disks
FetchBoy Ultimate operates virtual disks and disk image files exactly in a way as if they were physical disks and allows to access or recover lost.

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